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Re: Re: Digital Distortion

Subject: Re: Re: Digital Distortion
Date: Sat, 28 Jun 2003 21:20:41 EDT
In a message dated 6/23/2003 10:54:59 AM Pacific Standard Time, 

> I'm sorry I've not had the time on this
> To all Experts,

Well, Walt, beggars can't be Choosers! So we are happy to wait. I use the 
Portadisc and record on mono but use stereo input with 2 different volumes. 
is a throwback to my days with the Sony cassette Pro 2. I have noticed that on 
the (rare..haha) occasion when I overrecord on one channel, the second 
channel which is set at several dB lower does a good job, but does not sound as 
as if it were recorded at close to 0 dB. Is there some rule of thumb about 
how low your signal can go into the Portadisc before it does not have enough 
data to capture the sound?

Thanks as always,

John V. Moore Nature Recordings

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